Roads in eastern Pennsylvania were submerged on Tuesday, August 4, after Tropical Storm Isaias spun through the region, inundating much of the East Coast with heavy rain.
These videos were taken from Kutztown Road and Tuckerton and Leesport avenues in Temple, Pennsylvania, according to Jose Echavarria, who took this footage.
According to reports, water rescues and home evacuations were reported across much of the Philadelphia metro region, and local officials expected rivers to continue to rise, possibly leading to more flooding into Tuesday night.
The storm also knocked out power to more than 300,000 PECO customers in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania, according to reports.
Tropical Storm Isaias was moving toward Albany, New York, as of 4 pm on Tuesday, the National Hurricane Center said. Credit: Jose Echavarria via Storyful